Creek – 2WD accessible. Greenant Creek Walk
through rainforest to another attractive plunge pool.
Typically un-crowded (start at the bridge across Greenant
Creek), approx 2.7kms return, 1.5hrs duration, level
(moderate, however steep in sections). Tjaetaba Falls
Walk: 2.7 km return, 90 minutes: This walk is graded
as moderate. You do have to walk from the lowlands up
to the secondary plateau to reach this waterfall. Tjaetaba
is on one of the smaller creek systems in the park and
the flow may stop towards the end of the dry season.
With Tjaetaba being a smaller system, larger tour groups
tend not to use this area.
Falls Falls -
check road conditions. No swimming
is allowed at the base of the falls due to cultural
reasons of the local Aboriginal people. Back to the
Creek main page.
Falls Walk: The walk starts from the picnic
area. Crossing Green Ant Creek you walk besidethe rainforest
and over a marshy area on a boardwalk. You cross Green
Ant Creek again above the junction with the creek flowing
from the waterfall. Once you have crossed the creek
you begin to descend the hills to the secondary plateau.
This area is the home of a mob of Common Wallaroos.
When you reach the top you will come to a set of stone
steps leading down to a lookout beside the falls. Going
back to the walk you continue to the rock holes at the
top of the falls.
is allowed here and the views while sitting
in the rock holes are normally found on postcards. When
you tire of the peace and quiet follow the walk back
to the picnic site.